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. the unforgettable comedy, "the hangover." now, nascar superstar jimmie johnson, of all people, is giving us his own crazy take on the movie. he and his buddies teamed up. great sense of humor. >> let me guess, this is coming up in "pop news"? >> i believe so. >> this is sunday, december 8th. good morning, everybody. >>> also coming up, beyonce and jay z going vegan. not without a few missteps. which we'll show you coming up. is this plant-based diet really the healthiest way to go? we'll talk about it coming up. >> raised eyebrows over that. >>> we're going to begin this half hour with the murder case that has stunned the nation. all eyes on a courtroom in montana tomorrow when a newlywed goes to trial for allegedly killing her husband. >> jordan lynn graham is accused of pushing her husband off a cliff eight days after tying the knot. she claims it was a terrible accident. and abc's aditi roy has more. >> reporter: 22-year-old jordan graham is fighting for her freedom as she prepares to go to trial for allegedly killing her husband of just eight days, cody johnson. newly released legal briefs givi
. but we can offer tory johnson's huge "deals & steals" event. she'll be here all morning long. we have the biggest bargains ever for your holiday gift list. you have to order right away. >> we'll have that a little bit later. >>> we're going to start with our top story this morning. the latest on the massive trail derailment in new york. this is a live scene at the disaster scene outside the bronx. cranes have begun to lift the cars back onto the tracks. gio benitez is on the scene. good morning, gio. >> reporter: good morning to you, robin. there you see it, cranes are hard at work right now, and so are investigators. abc news has learned that investigators will know today how fast this train was going and whether those brakes worked. overnight, cranes turned over the locomotive of the derailed train. the rest of it waiting to be lifted. the ntsb tweeting these photos of investigators retrieving the important black boxes. the data in each may show what led to the disaster that injured more than 60 and killed four. the dead i.d'd as 59-year-old james ferrari, 54-year-old donna smith, 3
plan. but at some point things got heated. bruce johnson joins us live from city market in northwest with more. good morning, bruce. what happened? >> reporter: you've been around. you know where this is going. it got heated when we tried to get the mayor to talk about the 2010 campaign to get off what he said in the past merely he's done nothing wrong. to some meat on the bone. he refused to do that and was add participant. take a listen for -- adamant. take a listen for yourself. the other candidates who came into it specifically because of 2010, can you go any further other than saying you did nothing wrong? can you tell us when you found out? >> i have said that repeatedly, bruce. people get on a campaign because they want to. people wanted to get on the campaign because they want to be the mayor of the district of columbia the people who like the title. they ought to articulate a vision for the district of columbia. that is what people want to hear. we have a vision. we had a vig. we articulated a vision. we worked at that vision and we will continue to work at that vision. othe
distribution system that we can tap into. johnson: in the mid-1990s, the water system had just about collapsed. the district had just run into some very dire financial circumstances, and, when those kinds of things happen, the very first thing that goes is maintenance of those things that one does not see. egan: you have hydrants that were manufactured in the 1800s. you have underground pipes, you have underground valves. they get what they call tuberculin built up. you would compare it to a 100-year-old man that has heavy cholesterol. they could be 6- or 8-inch mains, but being 100 years old, they actually may be 2-inch mains. and they reduce the amount of volume of water that's available to us. johnson: there were a number of things that we have had to do in order to get the system back up to an acceptable standard. replacing mains and valves and fire hydrants and other components of the system to ensure that it operates properly. egan: we consider both the underground infrastructure and the above ground assets to be a part of the critical infrastructure of the city. johnson: and if the infr
this holiday period then was what? >> well, it's okay. >> reporter: craig johnson was out surveying stores for his firm customer growth partners. >> overall it was kind of a muted holiday. very hot thursday night but things quieted down very rapidly so it was only so so. >> reporter: and after the weak business on black friday, johnson estimates sales this season will be up only about 3%. >> and that's very anemic growth and the reason is that real disposable income, the latest reading year over year is only up 0.9%, which is minuscule. >> reporter: online shopping has been stronger. u.p.s. expects to pick up more than 32 million package this is cyber monday, about a million more than last year. a survey by i.b.m. benchmark found the average online transaction was about $128 over the four-day holiday weekend and that 23% of online shopping was done through a smart phone or mobile device. i.b.m.'s jill poleri. >> isn't that interesting? people are using these devices while they're shopping, while they're home. we saw they were using it through whole turkey dinner. >> reporter: sales over mo
, a consequential senator. he was not a master of the senate a la lyndon johnson, but he was very active this foreign policy debates, very active in the discussion about vietnam, algeria, the soviet union. he also did something kind of interesting, he chaired a special committee to determine the five best senators in american history. this was a committee that lyndon johnson created for himself, grew tired of it, handed it off to ken kennedy -- kennedy. so this was in some sense the one project that kennedy was in charge of during his senate career. he took it very seriously, you know, inquired of all the great historians in the country and spent six, seven months really digging into this, came up with a list of the five greatest senators, and it was something that became part of his identity as being a young politician, but also someone very steeped in american history. so -- >> who came out at the top of that list? >> el, there was robert taft and robert concern. [inaudible] were the two 20th century ones. but the big ones were john calhoun, daniel webster, henry clay. the great triumv
the distribution of performance-enhancing drugs. >> the a's have acquired jim johnson major league baseball's saves leader for the last two seasons from the baltimore orioles for infielder jemile weeks and a player to be named later. johnson will be the a's closer replacing all-star grant balfour who became a free agent after the season. the 30-year-old johnson converted 50 of 59 save opportunities in last season with a 2.94 era. he tied for the major league lead in saves he led the majors with 51 saves in 2012 >> and free-agent left- hander scott kazmir is closing in on a $22 million, two-year contract with the athletics, pending a physical. the 29-year-old kazmir went 10-9 with a 4.04 era in 29 starts and 158 innings for the cleveland indians last season. >> southern california's search for a new head football coach has ended with the hiring of steve sarkisian. the former trojans assistant leaves the university of washington, where he was 8-4 this season and 34-29 in five years after taking over a program that went 0-12 in 2008. he inherits a usc team that went 6-2 under interim coach ed orgeron
, but in regards to the johnson biog, we're in the same boat. i've been writing about lin don johnson so long that people ask me, don't you get bored? the answer is that the very opposite is true. the one reason i don't think of these books being about lyndon johnson like i didn't think of the power brokers about robert moses, i never had the slightest interest in writing a book just to tell the life of the famous man. from the moment i first thought of doing books, i thought of biographies -- i thought of biographies as a way of examining the great forces that shape the times that they lived in, and, particularly, political power. why are political powers so important? well, we live in a democracy, so, ultimately, we have the power and the votes that we cast at the ballot boxes, and therefore, the more that we know about how political power really works, not as it's taught in textbooks, high schools, and colleges, but the raw naked reality of political power, the better our votes should be, and the bet or oir country should be. >> over the next few weeks, booktv, now in the 15th year on c-sp
their wedding. prosecutors say 22-year-old jordan graham was having second thoughts about marrying cody johnson when she shoved him off a cliff in july. graham claims this was an accident during an argument. she says she was trying to remove her husband's hands from her arm when he fell. >>> lawmakers in congress face a budget deadline today. they must have a spending plan in place by friday or they face another partial government shutdown early next year. it appears a deal may be in the workses after hours of negotiations. it would return some of the spending slashed earlier but would do little to end the nation's debit. >>> five of the nation's greatest entertainers make up the new class of kennedy center honorees. they are billy joel, carlos santana, herbie hancock. shirley maclaine. and martina arroyo. the president lauded them saying they have all remained true to themselves. billy joel called becoming an honoree a little overwhelming. the show airs on december 29th. >>> change could be coming to your facebook feed. you might soon be able to do more than just like someone's status. >>> and
. jordan graham and cody johnson had been married only eight days when they went to glacier national park last summer. prosecutors now revealing that cody johnson fell face first suggesting he was murdered, pushed. graham meantime has pleaded not dpilty claiming his death was an accident. william is live in l.a. with more. william? >> jon, jury selection got underway a few minutes ago in this trial. basically, she's accused of pushing him off the cliff and prosecutors are now revealing, of course, we know a lot more than we did a short time ago. now, so to speak, we've got a huge pool of jurors because people are worried about bias and that they knew too much about this case. they said there's a lot of evidence that jordan graham is a liar, she tried to cover up his death but defense says that graham was a scared 22-year-old who panicked and now that cody fell but only after she tried to protect herself during an argument. johnson and graham dated more than a year. some friends didn't approve and many describe graham as immature and socially inhe want -- inept. he grabbed her arm, she fo
year-old gramm and a 25 year-old johnson had been married for eight days when they argued. federal prosecutors will attempt to convince jurors that gramm and deliberately puts johnson to his death. >> after a new york commuter train derailed killing four people, to federal lawyers want the train to be outfitted with cameras. this is video of the derailment from last sunday. the national transportation safety board has also suggested the cameras. thoreau wrote administration has not immediately respond to the messages. alloy your and the union leader for the derailed train's engineer have said that he briefly not off or experienced eight days at the controls. more than 60 people were injured. >> a cockroach possessing powers to withstand harsh winters has made itself to new york city. workers university biologist says of the species is well documented and asia but was never confront in the united states until now. the newcomer was first spotted in new york in 2012. the scientists say what it is too soon to predict the impact, there's probably little cause for concern. >> samisen die
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. >> the autolook was bleaker in the "80, in 1981 magic johnson announced he was h.i.v. positive. many assumed it would kill him. he's going strong today. >> now when a person is diagnosed with h.i.v. access to health care, housing and good nutrition, they can live a near-normal life span. >> a million americans are infected. diagnosing and treating infections early can control the virus. >> these days there's a test that can be brought at the pharmacy and be used at home. >> advocates hope it will reach 20,000 americans that don't know that they are infected. >> despite advancing like these challengeses remain. >> h.i.v. is disproportionally affected. socially marginalised. that continues today to include gay men of all races. women of colour, transgender women. >> there are troubling numbers. more men are having unprotected sex with other men, raising concerns about spreading h.i.v. blacks make up half the americans living with h.i.v. his panics, one in five. >> bobby says he contracted the virus by abusing drugs and sharing dirty needles. he says getting treatment was tough at first, becaus
to johnson airstrip but the plane never landed. it is a good sign that a cell phone signal was picked up by crews and the plane's built in emergency beacon designed to go out has not been detected. the fact it did not go off is a positive sign that it wasn't a hard impact so hopefully he is just laid down somewhere and doesn't have any cell phone contact in the middle of nowhere. >> the sheriff in idaho says the weather conditions are favorable for the helicopters and planes needed in a search like this. people will be on the ground using track vehicles, a.t.v.'s and snowmobiles. everyone is praying everyone will be found alive and well. >> we will be there shortly. hang on. >> the bodying for amber and her fiance is planned for january 4th. friends say if anyone can survive a situation like this it is dale smith. >> matt, thank you. happening now, bart's two largest unions are filing a lawsuit against the transic agency over the contract deal that ended the strike. the battle is over a costly clause that bart claims it never agreed to and our reporter is in oakland. heather? >> kristen,
johnson, the lions wideout -- >> i told you. the video we showed you earlier. that's when the weather actually died down. this was right when the game began. helmet full of snow. he held on. but it was philly, baltimore, it was pittsburgh. it was washington, d.c. it was everywhere. >> football at its finest. >> foot at its finest. a lot of people talking about real football. i have to be honest, i'm sort of a sucker for the forward pass. there was also that to take into account. >> didn't see a lot of that. all right, josh, thank you so much. >>> we move on now in the shocking shooting on a college campus. a student months away from graduating, allegedly gunned down by a campus cop. the honor student was stopped for driving erratically and speeding. the incident is now under investigation. and abc's john muller has that story for us. >> he made a huge impact and -- on so many lives here. >> reporter: this morning, students at the university of incarnate word stunned by the loss of a classmate. >> cameron was the sweetest, kindest, gentlest person. so compassionate. >> reporter: on sun
. in 1991, basketball star magic johnson announced he was h.i.v. positive. many assumed it would kill him. he's still going strong today. >> now when a person is diagnosed with h.i.v. if they have access to health care, stable housing, they can live a normal life span. >> activists say diagnosing and treating infections early can help to control the virus. these days there's a test people can buy and use at home. it's hoped it will reach 20% of americans who don't know that they are infected. despite advances like these, changes remain. >> h.i.v. is disproportionately affected. these people experience discrimination. that continues to include gay men of all races, women of colour, transgender women and people who inject drugs. >> there are troubling numbers. more men are having unprotected sex with other men. blacks make up nearly half the americans living with h.i.v. his panics one in five. bobby says he contracted the virus by abusing drugs and sharing dirty needles. he says getting treatment was tough because he was homeless. >> it was hard to worry about going for a doctor when you we
. dakota johnson, who will play anastasia steele in the 2015 release of "fifty shades of grey" movie -- don't act like you didn't read it -- is the daughter of which actress? >> b. >> no. i thought everybody knew that. that's a lullaby album. i don't know. >> a lot of people don't know that. melanie griffith. >> and don johnson is her father. the film started shooting, it will come out in 2015. they just shot the first scene at the coffee shop. as soon as they start doing those other scenes i'll let you know. >> please do. >> let you know. >> let's go over to kath. >> in the film "bridges of madison county," robert kincaid comes to town to, what, fix the bridges, tear down the bridges, paint the bridges or photograph the bridges? >> i think i should know. photograph the bridge. >> yes. i love that. >> anything with an accent is great. he was there to photograph the bridges. >> yes, he was. you've got to love clint eastwood. he starred, directed and produced this film. just a brilliant job. >> great, great movie. back across to kath. >> bunch of ladies are celebrating their 60th birthday. im
after he took this position earlier this week. this coming to us from cheryl miller johnson, saying proud to have you in office, rick. thank you for all that you do. and dane a kelly, another constituent, who works for him said, i appreciate working for you knowing that you are an yes man. this country was founded on a strong back bones and it seems. thank you. >> many think he is doing the right thing. deb? >> this isn't out of the ordinary of other international icons lowered with half flag. this act of defiance, what do are you hearing? >> we know of at least three other separate occasiones this happened. this goes back to 1965. lindon b. johnson did it for then uk prime minister winston churchill and bill clinton doing it for rabin when he was anas nated. and george w. bush for john paul. there are no legal ramifications. he won't be reprimanded. he is well within his jurisdiction. he is not going to be facing any punishment. we reached out to the governor's office in south carolina to get their take on it. we are still waiting to hear back from them. but so far the sheriff is i
your doctor about cialis for daily use and a 30-tablet free trial. >> health care manufacturer johnson & johnson will pay to sell civil allegations. >> i expect this from you, johnson, but not you, johnson. to be honest, i have not trusted johnson & johnson since i tried to stop my child's crying with the no more tears shampoo in his eyes. did not work. >> the 113th hasn't passed the bills every congress does like a highway bill or defense bill or farm bill or a budget. what do we need a budget for? clearly not for highways, defense, or food. congress did pass a bill ensuring that people can fish near dams on the cumberland river and also passed deep cuts in food stamps if are the poor which is good solid governing because the poor don't need food stamps anymore now that they can fish near dams on the coupler withland river. >> time to talk about what we learned. we learned a lot. i learned you can catch a munch kin in your mouth if it is delivered right. >> it's not good. really bad in my case. we have a champion. is donut hole capture in chief. >> he's good at it. >> it should surpri
. and then try again. >> because it might not work. >> good morning. peter james johnson in today for brian kilmeade. today is brian's anniversary and he's taking the day to spend it with his brian. >> brian's not secret six. his secret one today. >> happy anniversary, brian and wife. >> since you're joining us as brian, you get to start the show. >> there's new problems for the obamacare website. even if you get through the signup process, you may not actually be enrolled. peter doocy live in washington to explain the latest glitch. good morning, peter. tell us about this. >> reporter: pretty simple. about one-third of everyone who made it through healthcare.gov and thinks they are enrolled in coverage starting next month might not be. that's according to "the washington post" which lists today a variety of errors in forms that are caused by computer bugs, and that's really bad at this point in the game because insurance companies might not even know where to send a bill. >> can you imagine? you think you've signed up. you go to get coverage because you need health care. you go there and y
is gone followed by colon and balfour. last night, the a's acquired closer jim johnson from the baltimore orioles for weeks. johnson had 101 saves in the last two seasons with baltimore. the move means that grant balfour won't return. the a's also have signed starting pitcher scott kazmir to a two-year, $22 million deal. last season, he was with the indians and this means that pitcher colon won't come back so fans in seattle screaming for washington native fred couples who raised the 12th man flag. defense absolutely dominates the saints high-powered offense. drew brees fumbles on the pass attempt. and picks off in the air by michael bennett who recovers, 22 yards for the score. 34-7. seahawks win. they are 11-1. they lead the 49ers by 3 games in the west. >>> wasn't all roses for football fans in seattle. washington head coach steve sarkisyan accepts the usc vacancy. he was with the trojans before moving to seattle. ucs's interim head coach was hoping to get the job. he didn't get it. so he said, sayonara. i'm not coming back. not even for the bowl game. he is out. as for frank mallicoat
and veronica johnson. >> hey, good -- good morning, everybody. veronica johnson joins me here in storm center 4 first thing this morning. already snowflakes spotted outside of our window. >> really around much of the area. and reports are coming in fast as we heard angie say on social media. that's what i've been monitoring. i'll give you a tour around the area, who has what and a lot of pictures coming in. >> if you're participating in our social media today, which we hope you will, send us facebook or twitter picture, don't forget to tell us where the picture is taken. we have a couple of pictures but don't know where they're from. advisories in southern maryland, prince george's county, district in arlington county, higher shaded pink counties here, winter storm warnings. there could be more in the way of accumulating snow and ice problem. current temperatures way below freezing, northern maryland in the shenandoah valley. storm team 4
will america be a mental toll this one this. london mayor boris johnson last year helped light the menorah and will this year as well. rabbi see taxes this year the combined will focus special attention on youth and technology something unique about this deal with the aim not just a bug in this country above above around the world. it's we have a special campaign the youth activity. it's a social media campaign the school to share the lights and dumb. you could if you go to facebook for such a delight to see the information. but if you take a picture of yourself if you're between the ages of thirteen of thirty five to take a picture of yourself with a menorah and tag yourself and then use that stuck shut the lights. you could win some fabulous prizes statistic it's around the world. xbox is a station that sector. in addition to holding the social media campaign the year the banksia that lets the whole deposit that with his family and helping the community. i'm soo the right to treat and one in london. the so one thousand supporters receipts for a golden dawn had gathered at parliament to p
idaho sunday. smith intend today land at the remote johnson creek airstrip seen in this you tube video, but they never made it. >> the temperature really dropping tonight. that's probably the biggest concern. they've got their winter parkas and clothes so they can layer up and stuff, but this is the third night out. >> his founding business partner know it is wilderness is unforgiving but knows smith to be kaushsz. >> he's so intelligent that i figured anybody could get out of the situation he's in, he would be one that could put that airplane down. >> today idaho search teamed detected a faint signal from the emergency beacon but haven't been able to pinpoint where it was coming from in the rugged mountainous terrain. smith also used the missing plane to help others. >> flies with aeromexico to take doctors and dentists down to mexico to do services down there. he does that quite regularly. >> back at the office where the two started the high-tech company, his employees are anxious. >> come back, dale. got some work for you to do. not done yet. >> idaho search teams are hopeful that c
'll put the topics on the table for senator ron johnson of wisconsin who will be visiting us in studio today. >>> "squawk" goes shopping. we're going to find out if more consumers are starting to hit the mall. "squawk box" begins right now. >> good morning. welcome back to "squawk box." i'm andrew ross sorkin along with becky quick and joe kernan. the new american airlines group begins trading today under the the tickle -- ticker -- >> tickle? >> tickle me elmo. the merger between american airlines -- >> that's freudian. i'm going to come over and tickle you. >> closes this morning after a last-ditch appeal by consumer groups to delay the deal was denied by the supreme court. i'm sorry about that one. and the ceo of the combined airline, doug parker's going to join us next hour right here on "squawk box." and we're going to talk to him all about this tickling deal. >>> dow component mcdonald's will be a stock to watch. reporting november sales in about an hour from now. analysts surveyed by the street account think that comparable same-store sales rose by .3% both globally and for the
. all five of them had microsoft, johnson & johnson, four of them had wells fargo and pfizer. the point is, this person is thinking he is diversified. this happens so much. they have these big valley famif mutual funds and all these different names and new america fund and mount everest fund. they all have the same stocks. lori: seriously, the stock market is on a tear. so how does that the question to ask this climate where investors are managers charging higher fees. charles: i would rather know how well a fund is diversified, how well the manager has done. paying low fees and a mediocre fund gives the mediocre returns. while the fees are important, unless it is a hedge fund. there are so many out there. hedge funds charging 2% to manage it, 20% of profits. underperforming the market huge, big time this year like 5 million miles for people who have given money to hedge funds have gotten a raw end of the deal. make sure you really differs a five. adam: don't miss liz claman's interview with david novak. ceo and chairman on "countdown to the closing bell." taking place today on the fox
shot to chris johnson, tennessee looking for their playoffs hopes alive. tyson with indianapolis. the coach would man up. a fumble, freeman scoops up the piggy. indy is back in business because in the fourth quarter, what could brown do for you? donald brown starting in place of trent richardson who got benched big time as brown and indy would win 24 to 14 improving to 8 and 4 on the season. notes. new york giant, the washington redskins in a classic nfc match, ball 24-seventeen. they saved the best for last, saints in seattle to at that he can on the seahawks. rebecca is going, yay. >> yeah. >> for the saints. yeah. >> r rein the >> travel concerns right now as we got freezing rain and drizzle in a few spaces in the northeast. in fact, massachusetts and connecticut and parts of vermont have been dealing with those slippery icy roads. we are also seeing a freezing fog advisory in parts of upstate new york. this can quickly put down a layer of ice on the roadway. so beware. >> that's definitely a travel concern, a little band of showers has been skirting its way through gradually
31. johnson gets into field goal range and fumbles the football. atlanta recovers recovers and we go to overtime. a big gain, but he fumbles the football. falcons recover again and he kicks the game winner 36 yards. 34-31 the final. a little basketball and warriors are in sacramento where the kings lost three straight. golden state 5 of 6 and both playing with little sense of urgency. to the sleep train arena and apparently it is lights out at 3:00. lights did come back on and warriors shoot lights out. warriors up 16 in the second half before sacramento rallies. klay thompson a career high 8-3. steph curry and 13 seconds to go and do mar russ cousins ties -- demarcus cousins and he wonders if he can handle rejection. 115-113 the final. a much needed win for the warriors. ncaa men's soccer tournament and they are hosting coastal carolina and 66 minutes on the rebound. scoring ends there. 1-0 bears and they are on to the elite 8. they were eliminated by washington 1-0 also the score of that game. this abc7 sports report is brought to you by riverwalk casino. and what a day it was. goo
who was at the crash scene, praying for his friend. ludacris, dwayne johnson. it grossed $2 billion worldwide. it is an incredibly popular movie franchise. >> he was universally liked. by everyone who knew him crew seems. >>> michael jordan has the right stuff. 50 years old he and his relatively new wife are expecting. >> wow! >> according to e! on-line. >> she's pretty. >> they are reporting that they are expecting their first child in april. according to a rep that talked to e! news. this will be the fourth child for the chicago bulls star. he has three grown children with his ex-wife but the first child for the cuban-american model. and yeah, they tied the knot back in april after five years of dating. so family's on the way. congratulations to them. >> cute couple. very cool. >>> now to north dakota where an interesting person showed up on the local news. will ferrell played the role of ron burgundy the entire newscast. next to real live co-anchors. they did their thing for an entire newscast, and this is how it ended. >> wonderful to be here. really was. >> stay classy. >> what
and tied 31. johnson gets into field goal range and fumbles the football. atlanta recovers recovers and we go to overtime. a big gain, but he fumbles the football. falcons recover again and he kicks the game winner 36 yards. 34-31 the final. a little basketball and warriors are in sacramento where the kings lost three straight. golden state 5 of 6 and both playing with little sense of urgency. to the sleep train arena and apparently it is lights out at 3:00. lights did come back on and warriors shoot lights out. warriors up 16 in the second half before sacramento rallies. klay thompson a career high 8-3. steph curry and 13 seconds to go and do mar russ cousins ties -- demarcus cousins and he wonders if he can handle rejection. 115-113 the final. a much needed win for the warriors. ncaa men's soccer tournament and they are hosting coastal carolina and 66 minutes on the rebound. scoring ends there. 1-0 bears and they are on to the elite 8. they were eliminated by washington 1-0 also the score of that game. this abc7 sports report is brought to you by riverwalk casino. and what a day it was.
states. seven of them being left open by senators. five were democrats. south dakota's tim johnson and jay rockefeller. they served a combined 25 terms in the senate. how about that? two republicans right now in the list. don't expect the republicans to lose seats. they can defend enough of their own turf up in 2014 in states that mitt romney won in 2012. that includes open seats in west virginia, south dakota and montana. not surprisingly, the states are home to four of the most vulnerable in the senate. one republican held seat is up for grabs in a state that president obama won last year. that seat belongs to maine's susan collins. it is likely seasonate overall will get more conservative? why? there will be more conservative republicans to replace less conservative republicans. they are facing a tea party challenge. if he doesn't run, you know it's a more conservative member replacing him. they will likely replace the senate and of the rothenburg report. the national editor of the report and a fellow at the university of chicago's institute of politics. aim, since you are not o
appreciate it, man. >> take care. >> reporter: there go. >> so your team. >> magic johnson's lakers. that's it. >> reporter: yep. >> it gets complicated from there. >>> nothing says christmas in new york like the rockefeller tree. tonight the 76-foot christmas tree will light up the sky with 50,000 lights with a large crystal star at the top. goo-goo dolls, are they still performing, jewel and mary j. blige are among the musicians performing. sorry about that. a storm is making it's way across the country. dave warren is back with a look at the national forecast. >> every sunday night al jazeera america brings >> meteorologist: the cold arctic air will work its way south. there is snow coming down still. we have a lot of snow yesterday in minnesota. more snow coming down as the cold air pushes south and we have warm air pushing up, that will continue. look at these teaches as we wake up tomorrow morning. this is what it feels like on your skin. when you factor the wind gusts and cold temperatures, it feels like 30 below. now the problem comes in with the storm developing over the texas pa
and sadness. duane "the rock" johnson, we find our strength in his light. love you brother. fans were also gutted by the news. >> he's a family oriented kind of guy, really humble. sweet guy. everyone loved him. >> he was all about helping everybody else out. >> one of the celebrities i actually thought his movies entertained for good reasons. >> walker was in the middle of shooting "fast 7." they talked about how they're going to move forward. he'd been with the wildly successful franchise from the start 14 years ago and had been doing the press circuit for his latest movie "hours" which is due out this month. no details on how it affects that release now. back to you. >> dominic, thank you very much. an update on the deadly helicopter crash in scottland. emergency crews are working to remove the aircraft and looking for additional victims saying they cannot be quite sure what they'll find until all their work is complete. at least eight people died when a police chopper crashed into that crowded pub. the police helicopter was returning to glasgow from an operation when it went down. peop
duty. >> the prime minister will be aware that the mayor of london, boris johnson, proposes to close nearly every single ticket office on the london underground network, with more than 700 jobs being lost. does the prime minister believe that that is the way to raise living standards for ordinary londoners? >> the best way to help londoners is to ensure that we have a safe and affordable tube, and that we use modern technology to deliver that. the conversation that the hon. lady needs to have is with the trade union that has done so much damage to our underground. we ought to have no-strike deals on the underground and permanent systems that provide a good service. >> earlier this week in brighton, i was tested for hiv. this sunday is world aids day. in view of the fact that one in five people with hiv in this country does not know that they have it, does the prime minister agree that regular testing is to be encouraged? >> i pay tribute to my hon. friend, all hon. members across the house and everyone in politics who campaign so persistently and consistently on this issue.
is responsible? peter johnson, jr. on that next. ♪ ♪ >>> four people are dead and 11 still in critical condition after a horrific train derailment in new york city. the question now, can the railroad or can the city be held responsible? both or either? peter johnson, jr. here to explain the legal fallout. we know four lost their lives. over 60 injured. 11 in critical condition. >> metro north is the entity that's responsible for this. the people want to bring action for wrongful death and personal injury. they have 90 days to bring a notice of claim for that. at the same time, they will be a criminal -- there will be a criminal investigation to determine whether the operator or the engineer of the train was drunk in some way, was on drugs in some way, or acted in some criminally negligent fashion. i don't think that's going to happen. it doesn't appear to be any signs of that. but there is an issue as to brake. there have been some reports that the engineer of the train said that he dumped the brakes, that he used the braking pattern as if it was a crash at a railroad crossing, kind of a last-di
. it has a long way to go. we have yet to see an application from start to finish, he says. eliana johnson is media editor for national review. she joins me in studio. good to see you. i think a lot of people will see that stat and they'll be scared again. so no signups even though the goal was 5,800. what's wrong? >> it's the same problem you've been hearing about from most everybody, gretchen. people can't get through the website. so these groups, you know, the navigator grants went to 105 groups around the country. those groups in turn hired these navigators. they have stopped waiting for people to come to them. they're doing outreach. they're going and trying to get people to enroll. they haven't been able to get people from start to finish through the process because of the problems through the website. >> so they don't have -- they don't have people working on their own. so they're waiting for walk-ins. that's not happening. phone calls aren't coming in. they're actually going to the people. but you have some breaking news to tell me about with regard to the navigators' curriculum be
of the playoffs. they added jim johnson, closer from the baltimore orioles. they got him in a trade for weeks. they added gregerson, reliever from san diego. they traded seth smith to san francisco to get gregerson. they're about to add a starting pitcher, scott kazmir on a two-year contract. they're improving the pitching staff. the question is are the a's going to turn around and deal starting pitcher brett anderson? what do they get for brett? wouldn't be surprised if they pull another trade. they may trade brett anderson. we'll see if they continue to add to make this year's team stronger. >>> let's move over to football. this weekend the top two teams in the nfc west square out, seahawks flying high in first place, 49ers trying to catch them. good for a little redemption after pounded in week two up in seattle. with all that said, 49ers are a focus on this sunday's opponent. >> we definitely want to come out at home and play well and show everyone what we could do against a really good team. so i think it could definitely be a statement game. right now, you know, our goal is to just fini
in late september an easy going half mile trail paved the way for the johnson family as they hiked through the forest in colorado. nature was at its best until the union sons crossed paths with its worst. >> we heard this large crack. kind of a cracking or a thunder sound. then we saw like a big chunk of the mountain slide down. >> reporter: adam rodgers was halfway up the trail when he saw boulders as beg as cars tumble down the mountain without warning. fearing hikers could be trapped, he called the 911. searchers arrived at the massive unstable scene hoping to find signs of life buried beneath the rubble. >> i heard a small girl cry out and i could only see her hand coming up through the boulder, so i immediately went over there and tossing off the boulders. >> reporter: the uncovered 13-year-old gracy johnson told rescuers her father dwayne shielded her in his final moments. >> her dad is a real he. >> reporter: saved her life. >> reporter: in an instant gracie lost her father dwayne and mother donna, both popular coaches, her sister and cousin were also killed. >> we may never get ove
johnson made the best point. it's the message here it's never over. >> never over. >> in life too. it's never over. literally, one second. >> you want some entertainment go on youtube and watch people being filmed and reacting. >> extraordinary respect for nick sabin. he's really tired. he's really tired. his wife said last week basically they weren't appreciated at alabama enough which seemed to me he's like a god there. but the pressure, friends close to him tell me even last year they said the pressure to win every single week, the expectations are so high, nobody understands like -- they just work -- i don't know how much longer he'll be at alabama. he's really, really tired. >> they will win the sugar bowl and 12-1 and people will say too bad what happened. >> there's talk we're playing auburn. i pray we do. >> coming up next, radio host steve malzberg. this is the quicksilver cash back card from capital one. it's not the "limit the cash i earn every month" card. it's not the "i only earn decent rewards at the gas station" card. it's the no-games, no-signing up, everyday-rewardin
they're coming off of. ron johnson set the bar so incredibly low that if you can't beat it, you're done. >> by selling something you beat last year's. what's more important than penney is michael weiss is the company's chairman and ceo at express. i'm sure some we deal with will criticize me on this. he's got a look for people entering in their 20s the workforce, he has the right looks. this is not teenage. this is another demo that's not spending. >> wow. there is a stock that's going to be down sharply this morning and it goes back to the same theme we've been talking about for three or four months, and that is that apparel is not selling as much as people buying mobile stuff. >> and maybe they go into the trunk. mr. jaffrey on squawk on monday blew the numbers out buts that is the lower to mid-rate jump. and they made an acquisition. i've fancied myself as a bit of a retail enthusiast. >> we didn't know that. that's shocking. you a retail enthusiast? >> you got a nice hair cut. how's that? >> thank you. >> you want to go fight in the schoolyard after this? >> what? i used to get beat
analyst, peter johnson, jr. >> i guess if you think this is about martin luther king or others, it's not about something that's gone crazy, if you think it's not about a tax and spend plan to redistribute wealth in america and you want to make it about discrimination and class and race and gender warfare, then it's about civil rights. so if you want to romanticize something or talk about the struggle, if you want to talk about a crusade against rich people and middle class people or upper middle class people and somehow bring back a base that has gone away, steve, only 29%, 30% of young americans 18 to 29 who don't have health insurance say they're going to sign up for obamacare. there is another study that says that more than 50% of that same group, if they had an opportunity to recall the president -- we don't have recalls, but great britain and other places do. they would recall the president based upon obamacare and other issues. >> those are the people who voted for him. >> when you grasp for straws and say, this is about the civil rights movement, what do you think about when
in person was peter johnson, jr. who joins us live. >> good morning, steve. i met him in june of 1990. i was introduced by mayor david denkins and i was acting as a senior advisor. i met him with my brother. he was everything that his press i just met him for a brief 30 or 40 seconds. he asked me about being a lawyer here in new york. he was trained as a lawyer in south africa. in fact, he started the first black law partnership in south africa when that was just absolutely unheard of. in some sense he had a reaganesque bearing. when you look back at him in terms of south african and world history, he's kind of perceived in south africa as a combination of our george washington as the father of the country, and abe lincoln in terms of freeing so many people from the tension and slavery of apartheid. >> i remember that visit because i was working across the street over at nbc and there was a ticker tape parade and nelson mandela drove by and waved to a million people on fifth avenue. >> it was a huge ticker tape parade and it was so important not only to african-americans, but to all amer
-defense? cody johnson disappeared july 7th. four days later, gram led friends and relatives to a popular spot in the park where they found johnson's body. >>> and susan boyle, you remember her. the soft-spoken scott charmed her way into our hearts when she became a reality tv sensation basically over night. ♪ i dreamed a dream of time gone by ♪ >> still gives me goosebumps. now the hit recording artist has made a major revelation. she told the observer newspaper she was diagnosed last year with the development disorder asperger's syndrome. this is significant because when she was a child, doctors said she suffered from brain damage. let's talk about this with our medical correspondent, elizabeth cohen. what is asperger's syndrome, and what does this mean for her as far as this revised diagnosis? >> asperger's syndrome is actually a form of autism, and people hear that and think, how could someone like her have autism? they have vision that someone with autism is completely unable to communicate. people with asperger's are high functioning. they're on the autism spectrum, but they're very
impeached. president clinton, president nixon and president johnson. so i add ad 3% bogey going from seven% to 10% because of incredible polarization taking place in the country itself. we know leadership is all about credibility. as a matter of fact the most recent poll that just came out only 54% of all americans,,3 excuse me, 54% of americans do not think the president is credible. the president was reelected on his likability and credibilitiness and that is quickly being dissipated. i also readily acknowledge most analysts will not remotely comment about politics just because of that we don't want to alienate potential clients and the like, but in my view not commenting about politics is equivalent to ignoring interest interest earnings and interest rates. >> your analysis is interesting. i want to say with all due respect, one in 10 chance sounds insane. if i knew there was one in 10 chance getting hit by a car i wouldn't walk across the street. that is more theoretical possibility. you're saying a guy who won a landslide election that face it as bad as obamacare is for a lot of peopl
johnson trailed tiger woods by four shots with eight holes left to play. well, he rallied and boy did he rally when he hit this incredible shot on the 18th hole. hole in one to save par and force a playoff which he won along with $1 million. some are calling it a hail mary par. you should see the look on tiger woods' face as well. >> as long as they didn't read his lips. >> exactly. congratulations to zach johnson. >> that's an amazing shot. >>> mr. roker has more of the weather forecast. >> that's right. this freezing rain is causing more problems. we're seeing an update as far as people without power, now it's close to 100,000 as freezing rain bringing down more branches, more power lines. difference between this year and last year, the arctic air. we have had this arctic air come in and just sit so that we're looking at temperatures that are anywhere 10 to 50 degrees below average. the jet stream has taken a big dip to the south and it is just staying there. so we're not really seeing much in the way of changes. in fact, to give you an idea of how bad this is, anchorage, alaska, a hig
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